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Saltfleet Road, Theddlethorpe

Reported in the Roads/highways category by John Cowell at 17:05, Wed 21 January 2009 ; (there is no pin shown as the user did not use the map)

Sent to North East Lincolnshire Council 4 minutes later

Twice recently I have seen trailers swerving dangerously on the approach to Theddlethorpe from the North, on the A1031 just before the 40mph speed limit. On the left side approaching the village. There is considerable subsidence at the edges, and it could become very dangerous indeed.

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  • No reaction so far from anyone!?

    Posted by John Cowell at 17:50, Wed 18 February 2009

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 17:50, Wed 18 February 2009

  • No comment from anyone on this, it seems the Highways Authority is not intersted?

    Posted by John Cowell at 22:18, Wed 18 March 2009

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 22:18, Wed 18 March 2009

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 14:38, Mon 20 April 2009

  • I do npot believe that anyone tkes any notice of your website. The idea is to "gee up" the Offcials. Well if they don't read it they wont do anyting!

    Posted by John Cowell at 19:39, Mon 18 May 2009

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 19:39, Mon 18 May 2009

  • er,
    why would North East Lincolnshire Council be interested in a problem at Theddlethorpe which is in LINCOLNSHIRE?

    Posted by mole at 16:02, Sat 22 August 2009

  • The map shown has no relevance to the problem - the road defect is in Theddlethorpe, East Lindsey,Lincolnshire - How did it get to North East Lincolnshire? Which, by the way for your correspondent, is also in Lincolnshire, or had you not noticed "mole"?

    Posted by John Cowell at 23:58, Sat 22 August 2009

  • John,
    as you state, your complaint relates to a road in LINCOLNSHIRE. however, you have posted it onto the area for North EAST Lincolnshire.
    Fix my street have sent this complaint onto North East lincolnshire Council on your behalf.
    BUT NELC will not be the slightest bit interested as it is not in their area.
    I'm assuming the map is an indication of where you live.

    I think you need to understand the difference between Lincolnsire and North East Lincolnshire, and for that matter North Lincolnshire which are THREE entirely different authorities.

    your post is incorrectly in NE Lincs. I was just trying to be helpful. dont see why i bothered!
    Mole

    Posted by andrew at 19:52, Sun 23 August 2009

  • Dear Mole, I don't know why you are angry? I am the one who should be angry? Lincolnshire is actually a county and you suggest that North East Lincolnshire is not in Lincolnshire ? Is it in Yorkshire then?

    Posted by john at 23:10, Sun 23 August 2009

  • John,
    I'm not angry, i'm sad.
    Sad because you fail to see that there IS a difference between Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire Councils and that Lincolnshire County Council and NOT North East Lincolnshire Council are responsible for roads in Theddlethorpe.
    Of course Lincolnshire is not in Yorkshire.
    But consider this;
    Yorkshire is in itself divided into FOUR counties; North, South, East and West Yorkshire, plus you've the likes of Hull City Council, Leeds City Council etc etc.

    You complaining to NELC about the roads belonging to Lincolnshire would be like someone in Barnsley complaining to Leeds City Council about the state of the road in South Yorkshire - POINTLESS.

    have a look at this page and you will see how many different councils there are and maybe you will appreciate you're complaining to the wrong one!
    http://www.fixmystreet.com/ reports

    Posted by Andrew (mole) at 08:21, Mon 24 August 2009

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